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Aristotle: wrongdoing in terms of the seven causes of action

Outline Aristotle's degrees of wrongdoing in terms of the seven causes of people's actions.

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Essentially, wrongdoing comes from choice. People choose to do wrong based on either emotion (feeling) or reason (for a perceived immediate good). The seven causes are:

1) Chance. Issues of the time arise and place people in a decision-making mode. It affects a person's thinking.
2) Nature. This actually refers to ...

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Aristotle's degrees of wrongdoing in terms of the seven causes of people's actions.

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